from the founder

YOUR PASSION: If God Calls You To Do Something, You’ll Love Doing It
PEOPLE ask me all the time, “Bo, how can I know God’s mission for my life?” As we shared in the past few weeks, God’s mission for your life is discovered through the raw materials of your personality, your family, and childhood experiences --bad or good. But there’s one more factor to consider—and I feel it’s one of the most important ingredients: Your Passion. One of the most powerful elements of business success is passion. If the entrepreneur works like he’s not working, but playing, enjoying everything he does, gets lost in what he does, will do what he does even if he doesn’t get paid—even if he makes all sorts of mistakes at the start—by the end of his journey, the likelihood of success is gigantic. These recent years, I’ve been coaching people in their small businesses. I’m no expert, but when I get stumped, I link up with mentors better than me. Yes, I do know of a few businesses where the owner is “miserably successful” with it. But sooner or later, the owner will have to scratch his itch and do what he loves to do, even if it isn’t profitable—while using the profits of his “miserably successful” business.


A Catholic Prayer Meeting of the Light of Jesus Family


last CG call for SignTRIM UP!

September 2, 2012

In the same way, when God calls us to do something, He would give us the passion to do it with all our heart. We will find ourselves happy doing it in the long-term, even if we’ll have to go through unhappy times in the short-term. Have a remarkable Feast today! May your dreams come true,

No Pain! ! No Gain!
No Crucifixion, No Resurrection!
Pain is inevitable; Suffering is Optional.
What is that other thing that makes you unique and one-of-a-kind? Your pain! Huh!? Yes, your pain also makes you unique! Your pain has a purpose for your destiny—for your dreams. Nothing just happens by chance. God has a divine and sacred purpose for your life in and through your pain (trials, difficulties, problems, tragedies, addictions, cross, burdens, etc.). What were your most painful traumas in life? Why did you have to go through what you went through in life? This pain is what makes you unique. Your pain has given you a unique gift to the world. God’s great plan and unique purpose for your life could come out through your pain. Genesis 50:20 says, what was intended by the enemy to destroy you, God will transform it for your good. What you think was meant to harm you will be used by God to promote you— nothing in your life just happens by chance. Your pain cannot destroy nor defeat you. But it can prepare you—even strengthen you—for the good purpose of God for your life. If God brings you to it, He will surely bring you through it. GOD will fulfill His purpose for your life—by His grace, for His glory! You’re God’s beloved! You’re God’s powerful champion! Trust Him. Engjoy Him, engjoy Life! Have a fantastic Feast today! In Him, Bro. Eng (‘wag uulitin) Feast Builder, Valenzuela


The Feast Valenzuela is a weekly prayer gathering of the Light of Jesus Family held at the Cinema 1 of SM Valenzuela, every Sundays, from 1:30 to 4:00 pm. For questions and concerns, contact Danny Añonuevo @ 09178275755 or email us at

August 26, 2012
Ferdinand Castillejos

Life is like photography—you need the negatives to develop!

Mike Ańonuevo

“Your Past wasn’t perfect, but it was perfect for your purpose.” Talk 2 of the series, yoUnique, deals with one’s past and birth order. According to Bro. Eng, our past and our history are unique because God shaped it distinctively for His anointed purpose. He emphasized that everything that has happened in our life—in this place, time, and generation—is molded by God for His divine purpose. Even how the three factors, Position (birth order), Parenting (parenting style), and Pattern (types of people we surround ourselves with), affect our personalities can set each of us apart from the rest. But while they may make our life a jigsaw puzzle of tragedies and failures that are difficult to understand, at the end of the day, as Bro. Eng has put it: “Our past does not define our future.” -Ramir Espenilla

MINISTRIES ...I am God’s Servant, I am God’s Powerful Champion!
by Leticia Carlos Manganaan as told to Jena Diwa

Talk 3: Your Passion
Do What You Love - And The Blessings Will Follow
James 1:7-8 If you are unable to make up your mind and are undecided in all you do, you must not think that you will receive anything from the Lord. Psalms 139:14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Job 10:8 Your hands shaped me and made me. Personal Reflection and Group Discussion: What do you love to do? How does your passion bless others? ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________

I’ve been with the community since its outset days when there were only a few of us coming from various chapters, with Bro. Bo Sanchez leading our prayer meetings in a small abode in Caimito Street. It was a friend who invited me and my husband to join the then Light of Love chapter in 1982. Since then, we’ve never left because we’ve felt the incomparable love in our relationship with each member and God’s overwhelming presence in our bonding, worship, and prayer time and in Bo’s preaching. We’ve grown with the community, serving in ministries, when it settled in Camp Aguinaldo and Valle Verde. And as ushers, greeters, and caring group heads, we’ve felt God blessing us as we become His instruments in blessing others. Tumatagal kami sa kabila ng lahat ng pagsubok kasi si Lord ang siniserve namin, hindi ang tao. Now at the graceful age of 71 and my husband already gone with the Lord, I continuously walk and offer my remaining years in the community still as a servant. I’m serving as a part of Finance and Administrative ministry of Feast Valenzuela. I never ceased to believe that God will continue to sustain me despite my old age. And He doesn’t fail because to me, serving has been a source of life. And my mission is to speak the blessing to everyone Sis Letty or “Tia Lets” - as what her fellow servants call her - with our I meet and to always go home fulfilled, with a Founder Bro Bo Sanchez grateful heart.

Jason Ng

Experience Life Together


“TWO are better than ONE, because they have a good return of work. If one FALLS DOWN, his FRIEND can HELP him UP. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help” -Ecclesiastes 4:9-10


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